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Friday, September 16, 2022

52% Of Law Schools Now Accept GRE Scores For Admission To JD Programs

Law.com, 52% of Law Schools Now Accept GRE Scores for Admission to JD Programs:

GREThe number of law schools accepting Graduate Record Exam (GRE) test scores for admission to their J.D. programs has grown significantly over the last several weeks, from 89 law schools on Aug. 25 to 102 law schools today.

  1. Albany
  2. American
  3. Belmont
  4. Boston College
  5. Boston University
  6. BYU
  7. Brooklyn
  8. California Western
  9. Case Western
  10. Charleston
  11. Chicago-Kent
  12. Cleveland-Marshall
  13. Columbia
  14. Cornell
  15. Drexel
  16. Duke
  17. Duquesne
  18. Faulkner
  19. Florida International
  20. Florida State
  21. Fordham
  22. George Mason
  23. George Washington
  24. Georgetown
  25. Golden Gate
  26. Harvard
  27. Hofstra
  28. Indiana-Maurer
  29. Indiana-McKinney
  30. Loyola-Los Angeles
  31. Loyola-New Orleans
  32. Massachusetts
  33. Mercer
  34. New England
  35. NYU
  36. Northern Illinois
  37. Northwestern
  38. Pace
  39. Penn State-Dickinson
  40. Penn State-University Park
  41. Pepperdine
  42. Santa Clara
  43. Seattle
  44. Seton Hall
  45. South Texas
  46. SMU
  47. Southwestern
  48. St. John's
  49. Stanford
  50. Suffolk
  51. Syracuse
  52. Temple
  53. Texas A&M
  54. Touro
  55. University of Akron
  56. University of Alabama
  57. University of Arizona
  58. University of Baltimore
  59. University at Buffalo
  60. University of California, Berkeley
  61. University of California, Davis
  62. University of California, Hastings
  63. University of California, Irvine
  64. University of California, Los Angeles
  65. University of Chicago
  66. University of Dayton
  67. University of Florida
  68. University of Georgia
  69. University of Hawai'i
  70. University of Houston
  71. University of Illinois Chicago
  72. University of Maryland
  73. University of Massachusetts
  74. University of Miami
  75. University of Montana
  76. University of New Hampshire
  77. University of Notre Dame
  78. University of Oklahoma
  79. University of the Pacific
  80. University of Pennsylvania
  81. University of San Diego
  82. University of Southern California
  83. University of South Carolina
  84. University of South Dakota
  85. University of Texas
  86. University of Toledo
  87. University of Virginia
  88. Wake Forest
  89. Washburn
  90. Washington and Lee
  91. Washington University
  92. West Virginia
  93. Western State
  94. Widener University Commonwealth Law School
  95. Widener University Delaware Law School
  96. Willamette
  97. Yale
  98. Yeshiva University Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

Marc Miller, dean and Ralph W. Bilby Professor of Law at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, who was the catalyst for the ABA first allowing law schools to accept the GRE, on a case-by-case basis, six years ago, told Law.com Wednesday that he isn’t surprised by the increase in the number of law schools now accepting the GRE. ... Miller said that “the cost of adding the GRE as an option went down last fall” while “the advantage of having GRE as an option remains.”

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